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Supervising Teacher Feedback Form Observation # __1__

Lesson Plan and Observation ! "#1


Student Name: Kellie Yust Date: 11/8/12
Supervising Teacher: Scott Lawrence School: anito!a "rade/Su!#ect: athematics/2
$ooperating Teacher: Laura "rand!ois Num!er o% Students: &

The statements !elow are drawn %rom the 'isconsin Standards %or Teacher Development and Licensure and the (lverno (dvanced
(!ilities %or )ducation* This %eed!ac+ is intended to support ,ou as ,ou re%lect on this teaching e-perience and re%ine ,our practice %or
%uture lessons*
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'isconsin Teaching Standards 1./ 0$onceptuali1ation. Diagnosis2
Teacher Knowledge. S+ills. Dispositions 3!served )vidence 0$andidate2
45N67T TY6)89 $:)$K;3< = ($>3;7TT3N :TLDirectYou used teaching resources and
curriculum materials and made some evaluations a!out
their use%ulness*
45N67T TY6)89 $:)$K;3< = ($>3;7TT3N :TLDirectYou engaged students in learning*
45N67T TY6)89 $:)$K;3< = ($>3;7TT3N :TLDirectYou understand the importance o%
connecting instruction to students? e-periences*
45N67T TY6)89 $:)$K;3< = ($>3;7TT3N :TLDirectYou !elieve that plans must alwa,s
!e open to ad#ustment and revision !ased on student
needs*
45N67T TY6)89 $:)$K;3< = ($>3;7TT3N :TLDirectYou value the importance o%
planning as an integral part o% teaching*
45N67T TY6)89 $:)$K;3< = ($>3;7TT3N :TLDirectYou selected and created learning
e-periences that were appropriate and relevant to
learners*
You had well prepared and developed resources and
activities that engaged students in learning. You
developed important academic language during the
lesson (point, line segments, and endpoints) and you
made real life connections to build student
understanding. Your learning experiences were
appropriate and relevant to the learners. You had
clear objectives and related assessment strategies
and criteria. You had accommodations and
challenges in your plans for varied student levels.
You discovered the importance of having extra
resources and activities available for this lesson.
Students could do more with this content than
expected!
____ Inadequate ____Emerging __X_ Proficient / __x__ Distinctive
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'isconsin Teaching Standards 2.A.C 0$oordination. 5ntegrative 5nteraction2
Teacher Knowledge. S+ills. Dispositions 3!served )vidence 0$andidate and Student2
45N67T TY6)89 $:)$K;3< = ($>3;7TT3N :TLDirectYou encouraged
discussion. listened and responded to group interaction* You elicited
samples o% student thin+ing orall, and in writing*
45N67T TY6)89 $:)$K;3< = ($>3;7TT3N :TLDirectYou respected students as diverse
individuals*
45N67T TY6)89 $:)$K;3< = ($>3;7TT3N :TLDirectYou were sensitive to communit,
and cultural norms*
45N67T TY6)89 $:)$K;3< = ($>3;7TT3N :TLDirectYou recogni1ed opportunities to
demonstrate multiple perspectives*
45N67T TY6)89 $:)$K;3< = ($>3;7TT3N :TLDirectYou monitored independent and
group wor+ in %ield settings*
You created a positive environment for learning
which encouraged students to share their ideas
with you and one another both orally and in writing.
You were proactive in monitoring the group and
independent wor. You were constantly circulating
around the table to provide support to students. !s
we discussed, continue to develop strategies and
presence in addressing distractive behaviors.
Sometimes simple redirection may be enough. !t
other times, you may have to directly intervene
with specific conse"uences for misbehavior.
#verall, the group was involved and productive!
____ Inadequate ____ Emerging __x__ Proficient ____Distinctive
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'isconsin Teaching Standards &. D. / 0$ommunication. $oordination. Diagnosis. 5ntegrative 5nteraction2
Teacher Knowledge. S+ills. Dispositions 3!served )vidence 0$andidate and Student2
45N67T TY6)89 $:)$K;3< = ($>3;7TT3N :TLDirectYou evaluated learning goals and
considered alternative strategies and materials to meet
student needs*
45N67T TY6)89 $:)$K;3< = ($>3;7TT3N :TLDirectYou used some teaching and
learning strategies to engage students in active learning
opportunities*
45N67T TY6)89 $:)$K;3< = ($>3;7TT3N :TLDirectYou presented concepts clearl,
and accuratel,*
45N67T TY6)89 $:)$K;3< = ($>3;7TT3N :TLDirectYou were a thought%ul and
responsive listener*
45N67T TY6)89 $:)$K;3< = ($>3;7TT3N :TLDirectYou modeled appropriate
communication strategies in conve,ing ideas and in%ormation
and in as+ing Euestions*
45N67T TY6)89 $:)$K;3< = ($>3;7TT3N :TLDirectYou communicated in wa,s that
demonstrated sensitivit, to cultural and gender
di%%erences*
45N67T TY6)89 $:)$K;3< = ($>3;7TT3N :TLDirectYou connected instruction to
students? e-periences*
45N67T TY6)89 $:)$K;3< = ($>3;7TT3N :TLDirectYou ad#usted and revised the
lesson plan !ased on student needs*
You opening activity $hooed the interests of
students% in the learning and connected to their
prior nowledge. (&rawing all the geometric figures
that they new) You used real life examples
effectively to develop the ey academic language
for the lesson. !s we discussed, you could have
better developed their understanding by using
more specific "uestions that focused their
attention on the number of lines and dots that
compose a given shape. ('x., (hat do all these
shapes have in common)) You then modeled a line
segment, shared clear directions for the practice
sheet and did the first problem as a whole group.
You allowed students to wor at their own pace in
completing the rest of the items. ! good
differentiation approach! *hey finished at a faster
pace then anticipated which caused you to mae
adjustments to your lesson. *hey were able to
complete the homewor sheet as a result.
____ Inadequate ____ Emerging __x__ Proficient ____Distinctive
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'isconsin Teaching Standards 8.F 0Diagnosis. 5ntegrative 5nteraction2
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Teacher Knowledge. S+ills. Dispositions 3!served )vidence 0$andidate and Student2
45N67T TY6)89 $:)$K;3< = ($>3;7TT3N :TLDirectYou used
some assessment techniEues to enhance ,our +nowledge o%
learners and modi%, ,our teaching and learning strategies*
45N67T TY6)89 $:)$K;3< = ($>3;7TT3N :TLDirectYou evaluated
the e%%ect o% class activities. collecting in%ormation
through o!servation o% classroom interactions and Euestioning*
45N67T TY6)89 $:)$K;3< = ($>3;7TT3N :TLDirectYou show a
commitment to re%lection. assessment. and learning as an
ongoing process*
45N67T TY6)89 $:)$K;3< = ($>3;7TT3N :TLDirectYou were
willing to give and receive help*
45N67T TY6)89 $:)$K;3< = ($>3;7TT3N :TLDirectYou used
classroom o!servation %rom the %ield to re%lect on and revise
,our practice*
You had specific strategies (Student
performance on the white boards, written wor
for the practice and homewor sheets) and
criteria "uestions to guide your observations.
You provided students with immediate feedbac
during independent and group wor. Your
assessments were aligned to your objectives.
You were very self+reflective and open to
feedbac from others that will improve your
instruction. ,ow would you assess student
learning from this lesson)
____ Inadequate ____ Emerging __x__ Proficient ____Distinctive
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'isconsin Teaching Standard 1B 0$ommunication. 5ntegrative 5nteraction2
Teacher Knowledge. S+ills. Dispositions 3!served )vidence 0$andidate and Student2
45N67T TY6)89 $:)$K;3< = ($>3;7TT3N :TLDirectYou related
pro%essionall, and e%%ectivel, with the cooperating teacher
and %acult,*
45N67T TY6)89 $:)$K;3< = ($>3;7TT3N :TLDirectYou dressed
pro%essionall, and consistentl, portra,ed a pro%essional
demeanor*
You dressed and interacted with students in a
professional manner. You established a positive
woring relationship with your cooperating
teacher.
____ Inadequate ____Emerging __x__ Proficient + ____Distinctive
Summar. Statement and $reas to )oncentrate on &mproving/ ( ver, %ine %irst lesson. KellieG Your well prepared plans had clear
o!#ectives with related assessments. engaging resources and learning e-periences and relevant connections to student e-periences*
You developed +e, academic language and provided a positive and productive learning environment %or students* @or %uture growth.
see m, suggestions a!ove. especiall, those related to addressing distractive student !ehavior*
Overall Per0ormance ____ Inadequate ____ Emerging __x__ Proficient ____Distinctive
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"eproduction in part or whole #y any $ethod is prohi#ited #y law.
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